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v0.4.3! Authentication!

Posted Saturday, July 13 at 2:58 AM (a year ago)

Wow, this is a pretty major update: authentication is now a thing!

It isn’t quite complete yet – I still have a few more things I want to add before I consider it done (and therefore release v0.5.0) – but this is at least in a state where it’s ready to be experimented with. Probably. I need to sleep first, before I start adding authentication to my website.

Auth is working nicely

Posted Monday, July 8 at 11:56 AM (a year ago)

I’ve released Authl 0.1.1, which adds support for Mastodon authentication. And the Publ test suite now is up-to-date with that as well.

There’s a few things I want to do on Publ before I release a version for use on my own website, the big one being the ability to provide a better login page, and some refactoring around built-in templates now that built-in templates are becoming a thing.

I also really want to redo how I manage the documentation site, because it’s getting kind of untenable at this point.

Anyway, really soon I’ll have properly-private content on my website again, and hopefully this will be enough of a feature for people to actually be interested in Publ!

Authl updates

Posted Thursday, July 4 at 10:58 PM (a year ago)

I’ve put a bunch more work into Authl, and have released it into PyPI. Of note is that now it has a simplified mechanism for setting it up with a Flask application.

Hey, wait, Publ’s a Flask application!

How about that.

Authl finally under progress

Posted Monday, July 1 at 12:07 AM (a year ago)

I wrote more about this on my personal blog but to summarize, I finally made some progress on actually working on Authl, which was the missing piece I needed before finally getting started on private posts. No promises on when I’ll actually have that functionality working, but at least I’ve finally gotten over the chicken-and-egg bump of not having any auth system to implement privacy against (and no privacy system to implement auth for).

Anyway, if anyone wants to play with what I have so far, there’s an incredibly basic starting point over yonder.